Ahead of the imminent release of his long-awaited new album, rapper Drake has announced that he will have a new summer tour with recent collaborator Future later this year.
The Summer Sixteen Tour - named after a cut from Drake's Views From the 6 which finally drops this Friday - will see the Canadian rapper undertake a 32 date tour across North America, reported Rolling Stone.
The tour will begin on July 20th in Austin, Texas and circles around the continent until it winds up on September 17 in Vancouver.
The tour will also include two dates in Drake's hometown of Toronto on July 31st and August 1st, the same dates as his record label OVO's seventh annual festival.
Drake and Future previously teamed up for a joint headlining tour, called 'Would You Like a Tour?', in 2013, which was well-received.
Support for the new tour will come from Drake's OVO stable in the form of Roy Woods and DVSN.